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Are Top US ‘Startups’ Really Startups?

Om Malik, on a list of top U.S. “startups” that includes Uber, Airbnb, Pinterest, and Palantir: So can we stop calling them startups — and instead maybe call hem VC-backed private companies — otherwise the label startup loses its meaning. ?
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